March 30, 2017 • 0 comments
This is a clean eating recipe. So, it’s heathy for you, it calls for brown rice but if you like white rice more go ahead and use white. Also, one nicer thing about this recipe is that you can use any ground meat you want. I like the ground mutton the most but you can use ground lamb or even ground beef. It can be a little spicy for my kids so if you don’t like heat add a quarter less of the species. That seems to make it the right amount of heat for someone whom might not like spice. (I like spicy.)
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- Servings: 6
- (1 lb.) Ground Mutton
- (1/2 cup) Yellow Onion
- (2 cups) Mushrooms
- (2 cloves) Garlic, minced
- (1/2 cups) Brown rice uncooked
- (1 cup) Chicken or Lamb both
- (1 Teaspoon) Cumin
- (1 Tablespoon) Cayenne Pepper
- (1 Teaspoon) Chili Powder
- (1 cup) Bell Pepper
- (1/4 cup) Fresh Parsley
- (1 can) Diced tomatoes, drained
In a large skillet cook over medium heat; ground mutton, cumin, cayenne pepper, and chili powder until there is no pink left in meat.
Add onion, garlic and peppers and cook until onion is translucent.
Add tomatoes, mushrooms, broth, and rice cover and cook for 45 minutes. (if you use white rice it will take 30 minutes).
Sprinkle with parsley and you’re finished!!! Serve and enjoy.